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    Typescript type testing and validation library. See API for all methods provided.


    The @fireflysemantics/is library declares @fireflysemantics/validatorts as a peer dependency.

    Therefore both libraries must be installed by your application.

    npm i -S @fireflysemantics/validatorts
    npm i -S @fireflysemantics/is
    Note that if you are using the `FESM5` package format the `tslib` peer dependency must also be installed.

    npm i -S npm i tslib

    # Supported Package Formats
    The library is built with the Angular Package Format.  It therefore supports all these package formats (As can be seen in the provided `package.json`) and has integrated typescript definitions:
    - "main": "bundles/fireflysemantics-validatorts.umd.js",
    -  "module": "fesm5/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "es2015": "fesm2015/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "esm5": "esm5/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "esm2015": "esm2015/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "fesm5": "fesm5/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "fesm2015": "fesm2015/fireflysemantics-validatorts.js",
    -  "typings": "fireflysemantics-validatorts.d.ts"
    ## Typedoc
    ## Build
    Run `ng build is` to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the `dist/` directory.
    ## Publishing
    After building your library with `ng build is`, go to the dist folder `cd dist/is` and run `npm publish`.
    ## Blog
    - [Application Central Nervous System](https://medium.com/@ole.ersoy/application-central-nervous-system-37aba8e5e899)
    - [Angular Application Central Nervous System Brain](https://medium.com/@ole.ersoy/angular-application-nervous-system-brain-685a684f357)
    ## Usage
    We use this library to implement the validation decorators in [@fireflysemantics/validator](https://www.npmjs.com/package/@fireflysemantics/validator).  The functions can also be used to add semantic meaning to your test cases using [NPM Assert](https://www.npmjs.com/package/assert) or Jest and the same goes for general boolean logic in your source code.
    For example instead of:
    import { ok } from "assert";
    ok(decorator != null, "The decorator is not null or undefined"); 


    import { ok } from "assert";
    import {isDefined} from "@fireflysemantics/is";

    See the test cases. For additional detail also see the validator.js test cases.

    Running unit tests

    Run npm t to execute the unit tests via Jest.

    Further help

    To get more help on the Angular CLI use ng help or go check out the Angular CLI README.




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